This resource from the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) provides information on the steps to implement a SART as well as recommendations for and lessons learned about successful collaboration.
Although this document by Hallie Martyniuk through the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) mostly emphasizes how a SART works under PREA, it is helpful for any institution trying to implement a well-organized and pervasive SART.
Click below to read the file.
This document (from the NSVRC) provides information on campuses that have implemented SANE (sexual assault nurse examiner)/SART (sexual assault response team) models at their school. It provides more information and resources on how your campus can implement a SANE/SART.
Through Oregon’s Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force, Ashley Maier and Alexa Priddy provide comprehensive information on how SARTs can play a role in prevention efforts.
Some of their advice includes examples prevention like:
- community engagement efforts that seek to change norms about the acceptability of sexual violence and enhance protective factors that inhibit sexual violence from occurring;
- efforts that engage youth and strengthen developmental assets;
- and initiatives that promote the status of women and girls and focus on the issues of male sexual entitlement and violence.
Click below to read through their suggestions.